EDF Group announced that As of January 1st, 2024, Thierry Le Mouroux will be appointed as Executive Vice-President responsible for the advance planning of the future Nuclear Projects and Construction Division. He is currently Deputy Chief Executive Officer at Areva, in charge of the Olkiluoto 3 EPR project. Thierry Le Mouroux, 58, graduated in Mechanical and Electrical Engineering at the ESTP engineering school and holds an MBA in project management.

He began his career in the United States in 1989, in charge of the development of a startup specialising in broadband technology. He joined the Eiffage Group in 1990, and then became the CEO of Forclum Littoral in 1995. Between 2000 and 2010, he occupied several management posts in the Suez Eau France company.

In 2010, Thierry Le Mouroux was appointed CEO of Endel Engie, where he was closely involved in operations for the construction of the Flamanville 3 EPR and the Grand Carenage. In 2013, he became Chairman and CEO of Endel Engie, and drove the company?s growth in the civil nuclear and energy sectors, as well as in the space industry and naval shipbuilding sector. From 2016 to 2020, he held several key positions at Framatome.

And in 2020, Thierry Le Mouroux joined Areva as Deputy CEO in charge of the Olkiluoto 3 EPR project. He led in particular a functional reorganisation of the project that ensured its delivery on time and on budget. Thierry Le Mouroux has proven experience in industrial and nuclear sector projects.